An Analysis of the Concerns Regarding the HPV Vaccination
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The topic of the HPV vaccination has been one of controversy since its introduction. Although many arguments may be made to reject the vaccination, the most common answer given by most noncompliant patients is that the set is not necessary. In this thesis, I will demonstrate the necessity for the HPV vaccination given the current model of society. Explaining with biological pathways, I will argue that the basis of safe sex or the lack of sex is not a sufficient basis to decline. Moreover, I anticipate offering physicians adequate research to raise the compliance of their clinics. The results show that 26.4% of parents will not accept the HPV vaccination on the basis of four factors: necessity, safety, promotion of sex, and religion.